Skelton & Brotton Parish Council

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Parish Councillors

 

There are Councillors for each of the seven wards. Councillor's contact details are available on application to the Clerk to the Council.

Chair and Vice Chair 2020 - 2021

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, it was agreed that the Chair and Vice-Chair would remain unchanged for the year 2020- 2021

Councillor Angus McDonald is the Chair of Skelton & Brotton Parish Council for 2020- 2021

Councillor Mrs Margaret Whitehead is Vice-Chair of Skelton & Brotton Parish Council for 2020 -2021

Chair and Vice Chair 2019 - 2020

Councillor Angus McDonald has been elected Chair of Skelton & Brotton Parish Council for the Year 2019 - 2020. 

Councillor Mrs Margaret Whitehead has been elected Vice Chair of Skelton & Brotton Parish Council for the year 2019 - 2020

 

Casual Vacancy

 
A vacancy has arisen on Skelton & Brotton Parish Council for the position of Parish Councillor for the following Ward:
 

Old Skelton

 
 
 

Annandale Park

North Skelton & Layland

Skelton Green

Have you considered becoming a Parish Councillor?

 

As a Parish Councillor you have the opportunity to be involved in decisions which affect day to day life in the community, supporting local groups and organisations, managing allotments and play areas, commenting on planning applications as well as many other issues.


There is a growing reputation about the work carried out by Town and Parish Councils. They are an important tier of Local Government, they are close to the community, accessible and a vehicle for representations to the Borough Council.


In Skelton and Brotton, for example, the business of the Parish Council is conducted through the meetings of the Parish Council, Finance Committee and Allotment/Environment/Footpaths Committee. Sub-Committees or working groups can be formed to consider specific issues, Councillors represent the Parish Council on outside bodies such as North Yorks National Park Coastal Area Parish Forum.


If you would like to learn more, you could speak to the Clerk to the Council, Julie Wright, or talk to any local Parish Councillor. You can of course attend Parish Council meetings to experience them for yourself.